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and i will site the university of california. he went 3 and nine and less than half of the football players graduated from an elite institution . this is it a coach who harmed the reputation of one of the elite universities in the country. it is not only the tuitition price. but the value of the degree. >> emac you got to break the tie here. >> listen, i think that the college football program is great. how long can you squeeze students and continue to pay high college coach pay? how can you do that when basically the middle class is getting squeezed and can't afford college tuition. pugh research saying 97 percent of the college grauds can't afford it mississippi state, he gets 2.5 million and a fifth of the population of the state is unemployed and in poverty. i don't know how you can do that and squeeze the middle class students. >> mike as you may had well know is the czar of forbes magazine if you cut the salaries of the coaches, will it increase or lower tuition. ni think john is right. it would increase it. but measure ceo performance look at kelley in dame dame. he notre dam
the california state laws. we are talking about the union and so far. this is it a problem. njohnathon wayne mentioned the port of oakland and six percent of all u.s. goods. that is the union's point to cause disruption and hurt the economy. and i tell you, they have every right to strike but the employers have the right to kick the ass to the curve. a job is a mutually agreeable trade. employers offering a job and if they don't like hit the brickings. >> do you think it is for the economy over all. we are in a fiscal cliff and rough waters here and now this to deal with? >> i think it could be bad for the economy. they have the merchandise and this is not going to affect thanksgiving shopping season and christmas most likely. but look at history. 1948 we had five million workers on strike and it crippled the economy. the taft hartley act brought back the boom. that is it breaking of the unions and created the boom that eisenhower had. if these union heads go forward. this could hurt the economy. >> tracey, you made the point about the retailers, it could hurt the consumer spending as well t
different from when you americans started going west following the california. for example, the california gold rush. a land didn't belong to them. the country did not belong to them. it was mexico. you went in, but 800 mining claims association got 3 million americans. after a while you decided, why keep on shooting at each other. in the beginning of the 20th century you go out, create a private property system. that brought in banks, and you create. >> but california really got rich. the rest of the world is not. what is the difference? >> you americans at that time were absolutely conscious of what the rule of law was about. people kept on moving from the east coast to the west coast george washington called in bandied. the band is don't have a right to be here. congress can around and said, oh, yes they do. you start rewarding property on the basis of improvement. john: we did not always have these in america. american settlers worked out their own generally exempted right to property. >> those areas where you shaved off part of the tree. indicate they had accepted it. in some cases wh
. >> but i look so good. >> bill: it is true, out in california that is what happens. what is the emotional attachment the music has to the american people? >> we try to do in our songs, themes that relate to people. when we started out it was serving, southern california, california girls. it was going to the dance, surfer girl. all these great things that were going on in our lives. i think they were going on in millions of lives. we connected through the themes along with the harmonies and created that feeling. >> bill: that's what it is. people go to see your concert and listen to your records because they are celebrating their own lives. every time a song comes on, a flashback -- when i was a lauer, i was singing slope john b. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bill: you nice have connected to the american people when your songs come on, they remember the good times in their lives. >> that's right. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bill: you are going to be 70-years-old, next week. >> yeah. >> bill: you wrote surfer girl my personal favorite. >> when i was 19. >> bill: can you believe you are
and california because of the businesses were moving here because the labor costs are lower and-- >> taxes play a role in the unionization rate in my opinion, but-- >> but if you're looking at individual companies toby. >> i mean, the union jobs, i flew out to arizona on a union plane with union pilots. that's been there for 60, 70 years, those industries have shrunk and less planes, less workers, et cetera. >> i drove a rental car that was built by a company that's now two-thirds than it started out 30 years ago, so you can't make the case here in any shape or form that union labor and all the benefits and all the costs and all the inefficiency has anything to do with a stronger economy, factual. >> brenda: that's got to be the last word, thanks, guys. coming up, the white house putting out new rules for the president's health care law. why the cavuto gang says it just puts the nanny state in your workplace. and that's at the bottom of the hour, but up here first, federal employees pleading with congress we've suffered the loss so leave our pay and benefits alone in the fiscal cliff costs. the
' eve. pacific railroad luxury train line southern california and downtown vegas. the ceo of the project says the adults only party train will have publish leather seats big screens tvs and high end bar cars he's put it essentially a nightclub on wheels. one way trips set to start at 99 bucks. $325 million could buy you a lot of christmas gifts. that's the sort of money that someone might be shopping with this year. it is the top prize for tomorrow night's power ball drawing. the lottery is played in 43 states. wednesday night marked the 14th consecutive drawings in which no one hit the jackpot. cool critter time now and take a look at this. you would be upset. a swiss shepard dog. zoo keepers say she is very patient. even when the club's -- cubs show their claws and his at her. no threat to the dog at least for now. i didn'tupdating top stories. violent protests after president sweeping new supports that could lead to dictatorship. the push to start black friday early might be here to stay. >> officials with many big box retailers to open stoors last night was a big hit with bag garr hu
's how much this self-described apple freak from california spent to auto mate his home. this song writer, have you watched that modern family episode of moderning the home. he uses ipad from blind to lights and pole. he is ahead of me. can i only do my lights so far and tv. last, $325 million. that's how much the power ball jackpot has soared to. next drawing is tonight. alli? >> you won't see me tomorrow. you will know what happens. >> you're auto mating your home i'm going to the power ball. >> if you are planning on doing holiday shopping today. beware. in addition to all those great holiday deals. you may end up getting more than you par beganned for because the mall can be a hot spot for germs. dr. marc siegel is from our medical a team. is he here to break it all down. hi, doc. >> hi, how are you? >> i'm doing well. >> germiest places in the mall to be on the lookout for. first of all is the air. how can i avoid the air when i got to will will mall. >> you can't avoid it full disclosure i i am not a germ phone. when i start preparing for. this i start thinking about the back tier i
. and in glendale, california got a shock as a camel ran down the street. he had escaped from the circus tent. okay, accord toth national retail federation. holiday sales are expected to rise four percent that is one of the earliest starts ever. some stores hoped on thanksgiving day. we anded you if you went if it was worth it. lane said it is it a crazy world out there and i shop on line. >> jp said he chose not to shop because all stores should be closed on thanksgiving, christmas and eastern and need more family time. >> she said after the crowds and only at a fun of just being together. >> we got a lot of responses on that one. thank you for sharing. >> keep it right here. more america's news head quarters coming your way after the break. >> 14 grammies and he's not done yet. ricky skags and a new album out and enlisted the great barry gibbs. i sat down with rick i and anded him about the new project. >> it is it great to see you. i know noso many people love your music and you are a legend and got the pioneer award from the academy of country music. that must have been an honor for you. >> it
of southern california good to see you, susan, as always. >> good to see you. >> give me, first of all, susan, your take on morsi's power grab, does it surprise you and should the u.s. be leery or perhaps more so some would say? >> you know, it's very disappointing, i guess it's not that surprising. the rule of law is a pretty tricky business and it's not as if egypt had the rule of law before, but i guess the only thing that doesn't disappoint me that in fact dare i say pleases me is to see egyptians, prosecutors, judges, strange bed fellows, coming together and standing up and recognizing that you can't have democracy without the rule of law. >> arthel: yeah, the supreme judicial council saying this is not good. let me ask you this, some are saying this, did the-- tell me what you think, did the u.s. give morsi too much praise publicly? >> well, you know, i think it was a great deal of hope. morsi stood up, he was willing to get engaged in the process and trying to negotiate a cease-fire, we obviously need to deal with the elected leaders in countries, even if we would not necessarily have
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